Discussion in 'Economy & Infrastructure' started by Srinivas_K, May 30, 2015.
India Is Way Ahead Of China In The Long Run | Foreign Media
nope ............ not really...................
The two round flag circles remind me of polandballs... curry and noodle
i wont agree with this..
we are decades behind them
not sure if they are blowing air up our ass or their own ass...
Similar hot air was blown almost a decade ago when we were doing 8-9%. Should not get carried away.
Those are predictions based on their experience !
If you rank countries alphabetically, China will always have the upper hand.
In that case Afghanistan is the sole superpower.
Reason: You can successfully run a nation , only when every citizen feels to be part of the setup. Meaning , their is opportunity , even for lowest strata, to raise themselves through sheer will and labor, to the highest position achievable in governance.
Do any of you think , it to be possible in such "closed" "iron bowl" administrative setup in China? .
So , Democracy always wins in long run .
Have a look at his background...
They are right - If India can keep its muslim demographic in check, then yes, India will emerge as the winner in the long run - around 2050-60s. The reason for it is very crucial though- its because India did not adopt any stupid family planning plans.
No country can grow without "Human resource". This is the reason China has reversed its one child policy
Kid, do you really know what "iron bowl" is?
Nothing to everyone surprise ... in a long run, I wish India all the best.
Many once had his moment, Portuguese, Spaniards, Britain... so will India.
why cannot both the indians and chinese do well ... what is wrong with doing well
if Indias neighbor has disturbed India for many years and has a sudden problem. out of India kindness and maturity India will not disturb and offer support to them when faces trouble because it is in principled dharmic consciousness. but all India will get is a verbal communication where the neighbor will tell his neighbors who hate him and dont not help him at all and they shout at each other and even become adversarial - with damage already done neighbor will scream why dont you behave like India (in a good way) !!
it is advice to all India neighbors please do not become such a neighbor it will lead to isolation and ridicule. and that has nothing to do with skill and capability because being where you are has a certain aptitude but graduating further is a different programme. (past, present and future)
Dil Ko Behlane Ke Liye Ghalib Ye Khayal Achha Hai.
Because we are competitors for the limited resources in this world.
The only problem in your argument is: nobody except Indian think that India is doing in a good way only. Yes, India did help them somewhere, sometimes. But India was also the root of their some problems.
The fact is: India is a poor country, being friend of India won't get them a lot; on the contrary, causing trouble to India could receive lot more from India, China and USA.
yes - so the question is :-
does india have democracy or is it merely chaos and corruption ?
( and by the way , im glad most indian folks on this thread have also expresssed their
serious doubts about the over-positive opinions of the discussion on the youtube video ) - it looks like we are a lot more rationally self - critical about ourselves - and that's a good sign
I appreciate response that you have made and thank you for the kind (defensive) approach. I will reciprocate and admire that PRC has wonderful neighbors like India, Russia, Japan, North Korea, Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Myanmar, and others.
I remember a diplomat of Communist PRC visited India after 1945 when it gained independence and said something like you have said but more along the line that PRC is poor and being friend of PRC wont get much unlike India during that time.
I like and prefer the way India is going about its development and doing it the right way. Sure we have made mistakes. No one is perfect.
1945 PRC , 1955 PRC, 1965 PRC, 1975 PRC, 1985 PRC, 1995 PRC, 2015 PRC.
No doubt 2015 PRC has achieve a lot and India can learn from it. No shame in that.
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